Bill Marler co-chaired the American Conference Institute 3rd National Forum on Foodborne Illness Litigation. His co-chair is Alan Maxwell of Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial. In addition to his keynote presentation on The Emerging Trends in Food Safety Legislation, Mr. Marler also co-presented Valuation of a Serious Foodborne Illness Case: A Case Study of the 2003 Hepatitis A Outbreak at Chi-Chi's Restaurant in Pennsylvania with Christopher Lee of Dickie McCamey & Chilcote.
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As an immediate byproduct of the outbreaks there has been a wave of new litigation, some of which has even resulted in possible criminal indictments for some in the food manufacturing industry. American Conference Institute’s 3rd National Forum on Food-Borne Illness Litigation will show you how to assess, manage and defend against the rising tide of food-related litigation. Through an expert faculty of in-house counsel from food and trade associations, including Chiquita, Grocery Manufacturers Association, Hormel, National Meat Association, Sara Lee, Supervalu, XL Insurance and YUM!; government regulators and key litigators from both sides of the aisle, this conference will provide even the most seasoned professionals with the most cutting edge comprehensive review of today’s paramount food contamination issues facing the food distribution and manufacturing industry.
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The conference is offering registrants who use the code MARLER a special discount on registration.